Programs
 Bachelor of Science with a major in Applied Mathematics
 Bachelor of Science with a major in Mathematics
 Bachelor of Science with a major in Predoctoral Mathematics
 Bachelor of Arts with a major in Mathematics
 Bachelor of Science in Statistics and Data Science
The UE mathematics programs are distinctive with a curriculum that allows for early exposure to upper level courses and the opportunity to explore multiple career paths.
Bachelor of Science with a major in Applied Mathematics
This degree program offers a firm foundation in applied mathematics by combining a rigorous program of study in mathematics with a concentration in one or more disciplines in which mathematical tools are used to solve realworld problems. Areas of application include actuarial science, business administration, cognitive science, computer science, economics, and the physical or biological sciences.
Area of Application — Actuarial Science
Actuarial science prepares students to work with insurance companies in the areas of risk management, pension funds, health coverage, and death benefits. UE is one of a select group of colleges with the Society of Actuaries  Undergraduate Advanced designation. Students in this area are highly encouraged to complete a professional internship. Course work and preparation is designed to support three  four actuarial exams.

BS in Mathematics  Actuarial Science Option Sample Plans of Study
Sample 4year Plan Beginning in an Odd Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I
ECON 101 – Principles of Macroeconomics
QM 160 – Intro to Data AnalyticsMATH 222 – Calculus II
ECON 102 – Principles of Microeconomics
CS 205 – Programming for the SciencesSophomore MATH 323 – Calculus III
MATH 365 – Probability
ACCT 210 – Principles of Accounting IMATH 324 – Differential Equations
MATH 466 – StatisticsJunior MATH 330 – Theory of Interest
ECON 300 – Regression Analysis
FIN 361 – Fundamentals of FinanceMATH 341 – Linear Algebra
MATH 431 – Life Contingencies
ECON 400 – EconometricsSenior MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling
FIN 462 – InvestmentsMATH 373 – Numerical Methods
FIN 478 – Risk ManagementSample 4year Plan Beginning in an Even Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I
ECON 101 – Principles of Macroeconomics
QM 160 – Intro to Data AnalyticsMATH 222 – Calculus II
ECON 102 – Principles of Microeconomics
CS 205 – Programming for the SciencesSophomore MATH 323 – Calculus III
MATH 365 – Probability
ACCT 210 – Principles of Accounting IMATH 324 – Differential Equations
MATH 466 – StatisticsJunior MATH 330 – Theory of Interest
FIN 361 – Fundamentals of FinanceMATH 341 – Linear Algebra
MATH 431 – Life ContingenciesSenior MATH 330 – Theory of Interest
MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling
FIN 462 – InvestmentsMATH 431 – Life Contingencies
MATH 400 – Econometrics
FIN 478 – Risk ManagementThese are sample plans of study. The courses listed are required for a B.S. with a major in applied mathematics and an area of application in actuarial science. Selected elective courses are also required. You will develop your own plan of study in consultation with your academic advisors.

BS in Mathematics  Business Option Sample Plans of Study
Sample 4year Plan Beginning in an Odd Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I
ECON 101 – Principles of Macroeconomics
QM 160 – Intro to Data AnalyticsMATH 222 – Calculus II Sophomore MATH 323 – Calculus III
ACCT 210 – Principles of Accounting IMATH 324 – Differential Equations
CS 205 – Programming for the SciencesJunior MATH 365 – Probability
MATH  Elective
MKT 325 – Introduction to Marketing
MGT 377  Organizational BehaviorMATH 341 – Linear Algebra
MATH 466 – Statistics
FIN 361 – Fundamentals of FinanceSenior MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling
Business – ElectiveMATH 373 – Numerical Methods
MATH  Elective
Business – ElectiveSample 4year Plan Beginning in an Even Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I
ECON 101 – Principles of Macroeconomics
QM 160 – Intro to Data AnalyticsMATH 222 – Calculus II Sophomore MATH 323 – Calculus III
ACCT 210 – Principles of Accounting IMATH 324 – Differential Equations
CS 205 – Programming for the SciencesJunior MATH 365 – Probability
MATH  Elective
MKT 325 – Introduction to Marketing
MGT 377  Organizational BehaviorMATH 373 – Numerical Methods
MATH 466 – Statistics
FIN 361 – Fundamentals of FinanceSenior MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling
Business – ElectiveMATH 341 – Linear Algebra
MATH  Elective
Business – ElectiveRecommended Electives
 MATH 330 – Theory of Interest
 ECON 300 – Regression Analysis
These are sample plans of study. The courses listed are required for a B.S. with a major in applied mathematics and an area of application in business administration. Selected elective courses are also required. You will develop your own plan of study in consultation with your academic advisors.

BS in Mathematics  Computer Science Option Sample Plans of Study
Sample 4year Plan Beginning in an Odd Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I MATH 222 – Calculus II
CS 210 – Intro to Computer ScienceSophomore MATH 323 – Calculus III
CS 215 – Data Structures and algorithmsMATH 324 – Differential Equations
MATH 341 – Linear Algebra
CS 220 – Logic DesignJunior MATH 365 – Probability
MATH  Elective
CS  ElectiveMATH 466 – Statistics
MATH  Elective
CS 290 – ObjectOriented DesignSenior MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling
CS  ElectiveMATH 373 – Numerical Methods
CS  ElectiveSample 4year Plan Beginning in an Even Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I MATH 222 – Calculus II
CS 210 – Intro to Computer ScienceSophomore MATH 323 – Calculus III
CS 215 – Data Structures and algorithmsMATH 324 – Differential Equations
MATH 341 – Linear Algebra
CS 220 – Logic DesignJunior MATH 365 – Probability
MATH  Elective
CS  ElectiveMATH 373 – Numerical Methods
MATH 466 – Statistics
CS 290  ObjectOriented DesignSenior MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling
CS  ElectiveMATH  Elective
CS  ElectiveRecommended MATH and CS Electives
 MATH 370 – Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics
 CS 381 – Formal Languages
 CS 415  Cryptography
These are sample plans of study. The courses listed are required for a B.S. with a major in applied mathematics and an area of application in computer science. Selected elective courses are also required. You will develop your own plan of study in consultation with your academic advisors.

BS in Mathematics  Economics Option Sample Plans of Study
Sample 4year Plan Beginning in an Odd Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I
ECON 101 – Principles of Macroeconomics
QM 160 – Introduction to Data AnalyticsMATH 222 – Calculus II
ECON 102 – Principles of MicroeconomicsSophomore MATH 323 – Calculus III MATH 324 – Differential Equations
MATH 341 – Linear Algebra
CS 205 – Programming for the SciencesJunior MATH 365 – Probability
MATH  Elective
ECON 345 – Intermediate MicroeconomicsMATH 466 – Statistics
MATH  Elective
ECON 345 – Intermediate MicroeconomicsSenior MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling
ECON 300 – Regression AnalysisMATH 373 – Numerical Methods
ECON  ElectiveSample 4year Plan Beginning in an Even Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I
ECON 101 – Principles of Macroeconomics
QM 160 – Introduction to Data AnalyticsMATH 222 – Calculus II
ECON 102 – Principles of MicroeconomicsSophomore MATH 323 – Calculus III
ECON 345 – Intermediate MicroeconomicsMATH 324 – Differential Equations
MATH 341 – Linear Algebra
ECON 346 – Intermediate Macroeconomics
CS 205 – Programming for the SciencesJunior MATH 365 – Probability
ECON 300 – Regression AnalysisMATH 373 – Numerical Methods
MATH 466 – StatisticsSenior MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling
MATH 300 – Regression AnalysisMATH  Elective
ECON  ElectiveRecommended Mathematics Electives
 MATH 330 – Theory of Interest
These are sample plans of study. The courses listed are required for a B.S. with a major in applied mathematics and an area of application in economics. Selected elective courses are also required. You will develop your own plan of study in consultation with your academic advisors.

B.S. in Applied Mathematics – Physics Option Sample Plans of Study
Sample 4year Plan Beginning in an Odd Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I
QM 160 – Introduction to Data AnalyticsMATH 222 – Calculus II
PHYS 210 – Calculus Physics ISophomore MATH 323 – Calculus III
PHYS 211 – Calculus Physics II
CS 210 – Intro to Computer ScienceMATH 324 – Differential Equations
MATH 341 – Linear Algebra
PHYS 213 – Intro to Modern Physics
PHYS 214 – Modern Physics LaboratoryJunior MATH 365 – Probability
MATH  ElectiveMATH 466 – Statistics
MATH  Elective
PHYS 305 – Mathematical PhysicsSenior MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling
PHYS 401 – Advanced ElectronmagneticsMATH 373 – Numerical Methods
PHYS 416  Statistical ThermodynamicsSample 4year Plan Beginning in an Even Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I
QM 160 – Introduction to Data AnalyticsMATH 222 – Calculus II
PHYS 210 – Calculus Physics ISophomore MATH 323 – Calculus III
PHYS 211 – Calculus Physics II
CS 210 – Intro to Computer ScienceMATH 324 – Differential Equations
MATH 341 – Linear Algebra
PHYS 213 – Intro to Modern Physics
PHYS 214 – Modern Physics LaboratoryJunior MATH 365 – Probability
MATH  ElectiveMATH 373 – Numerical Methods
MATH 466 – Statistics
PHYS 305 – Mathematical PhysicsSenior MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling
PHYS 401 – Advanced ElectronmagneticsMATH  Elective
PHYS 416  Statistical ThermodynamicsThese are sample plans of study. The courses listed are required for a B.S. with a major in applied mathematics and an area of application in physics. Selected elective courses are also required. You will develop your own plan of study in consultation with your academic advisors.
Bachelor of Science with a major in Mathematics
This program is wellsuited for students who seek certification to teach mathematics at the senior high, junior high, and middle school levels and also for students who desire a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in mathematics and a minor (or second major) in an area unrelated to mathematics. The course work in mathematics is sufficiently rigorous to provide preparation for graduate work in mathematics.

B.S. with a Major in Mathematics Sample Plans of Study
Sample 4year Plan Beginning in an Odd Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I MATH 222 – Calculus II
QM 160 – Intro to Data AnalyticsSophomore MATH 323 – Calculus III
MATH – ElectiveMATH 341 – Linear Algebra
CS 205 – Programming for the SciencesJunior MATH 365 – Probability
MATH  ElectiveMATH 466 – Statistics Senior MATH 420 – Intro to Real Analysis
MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical ModelingMATH 445 – Abstract Algebra Sample 4year Plan Beginning in an Even Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I MATH 222 – Calculus II
QM 160 – Intro to Data AnalyticsSophomore MATH 323 – Calculus III
MATH – ElectiveMATH 341 – Linear Algebra
CS 205 – Programming for the SciencesJunior MATH 365 – Probability
Math 420 – Intro to Real AnalysisMATH 445 – Abstract Algebra
MATH 466 – StatisticsSenior MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling MATH – Elective These are sample plans of study. The courses listed are required for a B.S. with a major in mathematics. Selected elective courses are also required. You will develop your own plan of study in consultation with your academic advisors.

B.S. with a Major in Mathematics Education Sample Plans of Study
Sample 4year Plan Beginning in an Odd Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I
EDUC 150 – Foundations and Diversity in American Education
PSYC 121 – Introduction to PsychologyMATH 222 – Calculus II
PSYC 226 – Child and Adolescent Psychology
EDUC 320 – Teaching Strategies K12Sophomore MATH 323 – Calculus III
MATH 370 – Combinatorial Mathematics
EDUC 322 – Special Needs Students K12
QM 160 – Intro to Data AnalyticsMATH 341 – Linear Algebra
EDUC 385 – Multicultural Understanding
CS 205 – Programming for the SciencesJunior MATH 355 – Foundations of Geometry
MATH 365 – Probability
EDUC 363 – Teaching in Secondary Schools
EDUC 456 – Methods of Teaching MathMATH 425 – Complex Variables
MATH 466 – Statistics
EDUC 443 – Curriculum in Middle SchoolSenior MATH 420 – Intro to Real Analysis
MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling
EDUC 428 – Reading in the Content AreaEDUC 435 – Supervised Teaching Seminar
EDUC 436 – Supervised TeachingSample 4year Plan Beginning in an Even Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I
EDUC 150 – Foundations and Diversity in American Education
PSYC 121 – Introduction to PsychologyMATH 222 – Calculus II
PSYC 226 – Child and Adolescent Psychology
EDUC 320 – Teaching Strategies K12Sophomore MATH 323 – Calculus III
MATH 355 – Foundations of Geometry
EDUC 322 – Special Needs Students K12
QM 160 – Intro to Data AnalyticsMATH 341 – Linear Algebra
EDUC 385 – Multicultural Understanding
CS 205 – Programming for the SciencesJunior Math 365 – Probability
Math 420 – Intro to Real Analysis
EDUC 363 – Teaching in Secondary Schools
EDUC 456 – Methods of Teaching MathMATH 445 – Abstract Algebra
MATH 466 – Statistics
EDUC 443 – Curriculum in Middle SchoolSenior MATH 370 – Combinatorial Mathematics
MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling
EDUC 428 – Reading in the Content AreaEDUC 435 – Supervised Teaching Seminar
EDUC 436 – Supervised TeachingThese are sample plans of study. The courses listed are required for a B.S. with a major in mathematics education. Selected elective courses are also required. You will develop your own plan of study in consultation with your academic advisors.
Bachelor of Science in Predoctoral Mathematics
Predoctoral mathematics is a highly selective program for students who intend to pursue graduate study in mathematics leading to a doctoral degree. It involves undergraduate research and a curriculum that includes many courses typically offered only at the graduate level. Only two students are accepted per year.
Bachelor of Arts with a major in Mathematics
This curriculum is designed for students seeking exposure to advanced mathematics as part of a broadbased liberal arts curriculum. It is particularly suitable for students interested in pursuing graduate study in mathematics or related disciplines.

B.A. with a Major in Mathematics Sample Plans of Study
Sample 4year Plan Beginning in an Odd Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I
QM 160 – Intro to Data AnalyticsMATH 222 – Calculus II Sophomore MATH 323 – Calculus III MATH 341 – Linear Algebra
CS 205 – Programming for the SciencesJunior MATH 365 – Probability
MATH 420 – Intro to Real AnalysisMATH – Elective
MATH – ElectiveSenior MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling MATH 445 – Abstract Algebra Sample 4year Plan Beginning in an Even Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I
QM 160 – Intro to Data AnalyticsMATH 222 – Calculus II Sophomore MATH 323 – Calculus III MATH 341 – Linear Algebra
CS 205 – Programming for the SciencesJunior MATH 365 – Probability
MATH 420 – Intro to Real AnalysisMATH 445 – Abstract Algebra
MATH – ElectiveSenior MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling MATH – Elective These are sample plans of study. The courses listed are required for a B.A. with a major in mathematics. Selected elective courses are also required. You will develop your own plan of study in consultation with your academic advisors.
Mathematics Minor
This program is designed to equip students in other disciplines with quantitative reasoning, analytical skills and the ability to work in a problem solving environment.
Requirements: Mathematics 221, 222; at least four mathematics courses numbered 300 or above; Engineering 390 and Physics 305 may be applied towards this total.
Bachelor of Science in Statistics and Data Science
This degree program is designed for students pursuing a career as a data scientist or statistician. It combines cuttingedge techniques in data science with mathematically rigorous statistics. Statistics courses in the curriculum are projectdriven, with an emphasis on the analysis of realworld data using statistical methods implemented by powerful statistical software. This program prepares students for a career in business or industry utilizing statistics or data science but is also sufficiently rigorous to prepare a student for graduate work in a related field. Learn more about the Statistics and Data Science program.
Statistics and Data Science Minor
The minor in Statistics and Data Science is designed to equip students in other disciplines with the quantitative, technical, and communication skills necessary to advance in their field of study. The program provides opportunities for students to apply their statistical knowledge to their discipline and a variety of realworld problems.
Requirements: Statistics 266, 267, 300, at least 3 semester hours of computer programming courses specified by the Department of Mathematics and two 300 or 400 level applied statistics courses.

B.S. in Statistics and Data Science Sample Plans of Study
Sample 4year Plan Beginning in an Odd Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I MATH 222 – Calculus II
STAT 266 – Introductory Statistics with RSophomore CS 210 – Fund. of Programming I
STAT 267 – Experimental Design
MATH 365 – ProbabilityMATH 341 – Linear Algebra
Math 466 – Statistics
CS 215 – Fund. of Programming IIJunior STAT 361 – Linear Models
STAT 474 – Techniques for Large Data SetsHarlaxton Senior MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling STAT 362 – Machine Learning
STAT 493 – Statistical ModelingSample 4year Plan Beginning in an Even Year
Fall Spring Freshman MATH 221 – Calculus I MATH 222 – Calculus II
STAT 266 – Introductory Statistics with R
CS 210 – Fund. of Programming ISophomore STAT 267 – Experimental Design
MATH 365 – Probability
CS 215 – Fund. of Programming IIMATH 341 – Linear Algebra
Math 466 – StatisticsJunior STAT 361 – Linear Models STAT 362 – Machine Learning Senior STAT 474 – Techniques for Large Data Sets
MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical ModelingSTAT 493 – Statistical Modeling These are sample plans of study. The courses listed are required for a B.S. in statistics and data science. Selected elective courses are also required. You will develop your own plan of study in consultation with your academic advisors.
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